This weekend is the last chance to see Kevin Regan (co-director of Famous Accountants) and Cooper Holoweski‘s show at STOREFRONT. Holoweski presents mixed-media pieces about the dream of a middle-class utopia. Using imagery that ranges from Herman Miller furniture to the Ford Elmont Station Wagon, Holoweski proclaims a sincere nostalgia for the 20th century capitalist utopia–while understanding that it never really existed. Regan’s mischievous sense of humor yields a set of collages inspired by personal events (all made in 1996), that reflect an incisively sardonic worldview in which mayhem hovers over the advertised comforts of American life.
Kevin Regan, collage, 1996, on paper.
“Kevin Regan (Work from the Nineties) and Cooper Holoweski (New Work),” STOREFRONT, Brooklyn, NY. Through August 28, 2011.
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